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I have some good names, how do I sell them quickly

Labeled as question in Domain Buying and Selling Discussion started by Regietron, Mar 12, 2019.

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  1. Regietron

    Regietron Established Member

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    How do I sell these quickly. I am ok with low to mid $xxx

    Budbound.com
    Studioclout.com
    Hempdibles.com
    Pawhearts.com
    Kneadstherapy.com
     
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  2. creataweb

    creataweb Some Guy with Awesome Senior High School Photo VIP ★★★★★★★★★★

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    Have you listed them anywhere yet? i.e. Afternic, Sedo, NamePros, etc.
     
  3. Regietron

    Regietron Established Member

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    Thanks, i have listed them on undeveloped & afternic
     
  4. johnnie018

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    Not good names, you won't get anything.
     
  5. karmaco

    karmaco Top Member VIP

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    So now you wait. There are very few fast sales unless the keyword is currently very very hot or you sell extremely low.

    Those particular names nothing jumps out at me in the least.
     
  6. Regietron

    Regietron Established Member

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    What's your definition of "won't get anything"

    I clearly stated it that I am ok with low to mid $xxx
     
  7. johnnie018

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    They aren't worth anything, if you got $1 you'd be doing well. You are on the wrong track and need to start again.
     
  8. Daniel Lorentsen

    Daniel Lorentsen Established Member

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    You won't sell them quickly. If you want to sell domains quickly you have to sell them at auction so either godaddy or namejet, but in my experience you need better quality domains for them to sell. You could try to sell them here on namepros but you would probably only get a few bucks. The only real viable option is having a landing page and listing on sedo / afternic. Might sell in a few months, might take years, might never sell though.
     
  9. Regietron

    Regietron Established Member

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    Thanks, will list on Sedo too
     
  10. phptechie

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    If you have patience , you can sell it one by one by choosing the prospective buyer from net based on the keywords. You may get good value for each of the domain.
    If you want to sell it quickly , then place it on auction sites like others said , the receivables will be vary based on the buyers.
    But if you wanted to sell all of them in a single transaction , then approach a good domain broker who will have contacts of domain investors , again this would yield you the cheapest valuation of all methods described above.
     
  11. johnnie018

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    They are just bad domains, why lead this person further astray??
     
  12. jamesosix

    jamesosix Top Member VIP

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    I have to agree with the general consensus here. You would be lucky to sell any of them.
    I am guessing they were hand regs?

    When buying domains to sell, ask yourself, how can this domain benefit somebody/a company. Is there a better version available? What does this give the end user, another domain does not?

    All a learning curve, but good luck :)
     
  13. phptechie

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    I don't like to make it an argument , but he was looking for a way to sell his domains , as this forum is full of domain experts / specialist.
    I was not mis-leading him , just providing him ways to sell.
    Though I'm new to this forum , I have around 17 years of experience in web industry & own around 20 domains / 5 websites.(All the domains are related to my business & still hold it for more than 10 - 12 years)
    I'm not a domain investor or an expert , but love to interact with like you people on the subject.
    Hope no one is offended.
     
  14. Regietron

    Regietron Established Member

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    Thanks, if you do a inurl:kneads*.com search, you will see the results. Even zfbot too.

    Kneads is a kind of massage. There are numerous domain with hyphen & numbers & even longer names all massage based.

    There is even Mydomainname.example.com, I reached out to him & he wasn't too happy about it. Felt I was taking undue advantage. I have reached out to more than 30 massage based end users into kneads or have kneads in their name. I will wait

    Pawhearts is suitable for Pet Adoption agency, Animal clinic/Shelter or Pet Grooming services

    Hempdibles play of words for Cannabis infused food niche. Combo of hemp & edibles

    It's a learning process and I have stated it that my objective for now is low to mid $xxx. If I get a higher offer good, if I dont also good.

    By the way, I have Hempmedy, it's listed on squadhelp.

    Thanks for your input
     
  15. gilescoley

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    I would let these names go to be honest

    You cannot enter this industry and just buy some names, expecting to be able to sell them. You need to spend at least 6 months reading this forum from top to bottom and learn what makes a domain valuable.

    Check out namebio.com and DNJournal to see what type of names are selling

    These few pointers will help you not waste money

    Check and make sure you have a whole list of potential buyers before buying a name
    Don't hand register any names, email owners of decent names and find a bargain.
    Don't buy names and then park them or put up a landing page. Email each potential buyer individually and ask if they are interested.
    Biggest mistake domainers make is thinking the buyers will come to them after buying an average domain. This wont happen unless you have really good names.
    Rather spend $100, $200 or $500 on 1 or 2 names that will at least sell, rather than 50 or 100 crappy names that will end up expiring. Quality of Quantity
    DO NOT fall for the new domainer regging frenzy, buy 1-5 names and try and sell them, if you cant sell them, dont buy more, research and learn what you are doing wrong.
    Focus on a niche you are familiar with
    Focus on getting the best .COM names in that niche
    Shorter is better in domains, most of the time anyway
    Dont mix numbers and letters
    Stay away from hyphens
    Stay away from company names/Trademarks

    Hope that helps

    Good luck
     
  16. lock

    lock Startrz.com Starters Your Domains. VIP

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    Jonnie calls a spade a spade no sugar coating lol love it.
     
  17. theceo

    theceo Established Member

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    list these domains on flippa or namepros
     
  18. richasis

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    Hang in there...my biggest sales were well-aged domain names that paid for themselves many times over.
     
  19. getakash1

    getakash1 Akash Jain

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    list it on flippa or make an auction on digital point.
     
  20. Jimmysun

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    I am bad in the English language so sometimes I just can't understand how such words could match or form like that.
     
  21. richasis

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    Or, just hold and wait for the right buyer to come along... strategies differ.
     
  22. domainscience

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    He did say that they were good names.
    Except for one or maybe two, on a stretch, they are not that good.
     
  23. barman

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    Agreed with most people here.

    You could list them for $100 - $250 and they could still take a while to sell. The first three are OK (just OK... not good) so there's a chance. But the only liquidity in the domain name is at the top 1% of names, which these are not. So don't expect a quick sale.
     
  24. Jason Baudendistel

    Jason Baudendistel CEO Wibbets Inc Blue Account

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    I like the Hemp name but yeah not a huge fan myself, no disrespect intended.
     
  25. richasis

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    Better yet, don't...I swear, the bigger industry is in the selling of such domain names, not their actual sales.
     

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